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Introducing The Simple Cadbury Caramilk Cheesecake Recipe That's Going Viral

Cheesecake lovers who also happen to be fans of Cadbury Caramilk have gone crazy for the no-bake creation.

Since Anna -- a mum for New Zealand who is an avid baker and runs her own blog titled Just A Mum Who Bakes -- shared the recipe to her Facebook page, it has amassed over 6,000 interactions on Facebook.

So to say it's been a hit is an understatement and when considering that Cadbury Caramilk is flying off the shelves and being sold for four figure sums on eBay, it's not hard to see why.

Anna has perfected the perfect cheesecake base, which she said she uses for all of her cheesecakes and simply swaps the chocolate in her cheesecake fillings for whatever her family might be feeling like.

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Anna's cheesecake base is made of 125 grams of melted butter along with a 250 gram packet Griffins Wine Biscuits Super that are widely available in New Zealand, adding if these aren't available, Arnott's Milk Arrowroot are a good alternative.

The filling for the cheesecake consists of 500 grams of cream cheese, a teaspoon of vanilla, half a cup of caster sugar, a block of Cadbury Caramilk and half a cup of thickened cream.

"Last year the Cadbury Caramilk phenomenon took off when they brought back the chocolate from years gone by and I kind of missed the boat," Anna said.

I had a lot of ideas to try but before I knew it you couldn’t buy it anymore, well you likely could online for massive prices! So this time I was determined to grab some so I could test out some recipes.

Anna said the recipe is simple, delicious and takes little time to prepare being a no-bake cheesecake and fans on social media definitely agree.

"I made this last week and it was hella AMAZING!! Thank you so much for this recipe," wrote one. 

"Absolutely delicious I'm eating it for morning tea as I'm scrolling Facebook," added another.

You can find the full recipe for the Caramilk Cheesecake here. 

You can follow Just A Mum Who Bakes on Facebook.

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